Rachel Michaella Finn
We went along to see the best of Dutch talent at The Great Escape.
Dream-pop with a dark twist, Iceland's Vök have a striking ability to craft arresting soundscapes with a melancholic edge.
After touring with Kate Nash in back in February, Gothic Tropic is back in the UK this month for shows at The Victoria and The Great Escape.
Geowulf are back with another well-crafted piece of hazy dream-pop that's full with enough 70s vibes to induce a pang of nostalgia, whilst still being firmly focused on the future.
With her neon-yellow hair and no-fucks-given attitude, ALMA doesn't come across as your average pop-star.
Arriving in London via Berlin, Lea Porcelain create a sound rich in dark synths and brooding guitar lines.
From their South London beginnings, Afriquoi have spent the past six years refining their unbelievably energetic live shows.
"Pop probably isn’t going to save the world, but it can sure have a great time trying."
They might be barely out of their teens, but Kagoule are busy carving out their own identity.
We called Nikolai for a quick run-through of his new band Summer Moon, new Strokes music and how this time round, the pressure is off a little bit.
Latest release Bad Thing is a five track EP-meets-short film documenting the weirdness of life on the road.
With a range of events and initiatives being rolled out to close the gender gap in the industry and make music safer for all, Peach Club are one such band fighting for equality.
SISTER links the UK and US dance scenes, smashing up heavy bass lines with hip-hop, grime and alternative beats.
Ahead of their show at Kamio tomorrow, they've agreed to share with us five of their favourite (anti)love songs.
Honeyblood run us through five of their go-to tracks for crushes, heartbreak and all the things in between.
Dreamy lo-fi Wedding - the project of Manchester-via-Berlin songwriter Thomas Craig - pair spaced-out guitar fuzz with dreamy vocals.Listen to latest track '18' below:Having...
Hackney-based four piece Zola Blood have been putting out music since 2014, but it's more recently that their brand of melodic, ethereal electro-pop has...
Offering a fresh take on dark, electronic-driven post-punk, we talk to Iceland's Fufanu.
With her sincere songwriting and evocative vocals, Lucy Mason's brand of sleek dream-pop is something that's both haunting and uplifting in equal measure.
Newest track 'Don't Talk About You' is dazy dream-pop with confessional lyricism - and we're big fans.
Ahead of a show next week at The Waiting Room, we caught up with the Brighton fuzz-rock trio.
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